The most rampant challenges that celebrities are facing globally is the situation of choosing their life partner.
Veteran Nollywood actress, Rachael Oniga has advised young girls to fight for their marriage despite challenges.
According to the actress, divorce was one of the most painful thing she had to do, in addition, she was naive for leaving her husband at that time.
She said: “My firstborn, Olamide, was four years old when I left my marriage.
The actress in an interview with Punch regretted that she didn’t fight for her marriage despite his husband’s request for forgiveness before his death.
“I had to put them all in boarding schools. That is one of the awful things I have had to do. I do shear tears whenever I think of it.
“I decided not to give the opportunity to any man in my life for any hindrance.I also made up my mind that I would dedicate my life totally to my children.
However, she said that men just want to only see women beauty when they come to your life afterward they work away.I saw my self to be equal to any man, regardless of how much money he might have.
“Perhaps, I was naïve; I never fought for what was mine, but I still thank God. He made many failed attempts at reconciliation. He knew the type of person I am; that when I say no, it is no.